The Boys Who Braid Their Hair exhibition extended

The Boys Who Braid Their Hair exhibition extended

News & UpdatesThe Boys Who Braid Their Hair exhibition extended

The Boys Who Braid Their Hair exhibition extended

The Boys Who Braid Their Hair exhibition has been extended and you’re invited!

    Join us from April 25 – May 19, 2024

      • Where: The Nature House at Maplewood Flats, 2649 Dollarton Highway, North Vancouver, BC, V7H 1B1

      • Open: Tues / Thurs / Sat & Sun 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

      • Free of charge
         

    tə swaw ̓ ləs wə t ̕ əməx ̌t tə meqəns THE BOYS WHO BRAID THEIR HAIR 

    Join us for an exhibition of cultural celebration as we delve into the meaning behind the braid, showcasing the powerful narratives of Tsleil-Waututh boys and men who embrace their spiritual connection through the beauty of hair.

    For media inquires or additional information, please contact communications@twnation.ca

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